Avoid Being Monitored Online with VPN

May 12, 2015

If you think your network provider is safe and won’t wonder around monitoring your activity, then you are wrong. In spite of your belief that no one is interested in what you are doing online, you should know that there are quite a couple of systems used to monitor everybody, regardless where they are and what they do. ISPs, corporations, even hackers, have systems implemented to track and monitor our online activity. (more…)

Unblock YouTube with VPN

May 7, 2015

YouTube is one of the most popular website in the world. We search for music videos, documentaries, movie trailers, how-to videos, we even look at weird and nonsense videos. The central idea is that the world loves YouTube and everybody enters the website in a daily manner. (more…)

The Mayweather and Pacquiao box match watched for free with VPN

May 2, 2015

For all box enthusiasts or even people that wished to see some quality sports, the fight between Mayweather and Pacquiao was an event many waited to watch. Intensely mediatized, it was easy to understand that live video streaming services intended to ask a fee from the people who wished to see the match on the Internet. And they did, due to the pay-per-view services. To be able to see the fight a person took out $100 out of the pocket to pay for the video streaming service. (more…)

Data retention laws in Australia and upcoming with VPN

April 29, 2015

Using secured Internet providers, like VPNs, we were sure that our data is kept safely, and our identity protected. But now, Australia is joining UK, by introducing a data retention bill. The new law will require all Australian telecommunications and Internet providers to stock their clients’ metadata for at least two years. The measure is claimed to help the need of fighting not only terrorism, but also other criminal acts. (more…)

Unblock YouTube at school with VPN

April 28, 2015

YouTube sits on the third place on the list of the world’s most accessed websites. It is filled with a large number of videos, both funny and education, but the truth is that you can also find useless videos as well. Still, it is a good source of information, in all activity fields. Still, school management thinks, in most cases, that YouTube is a waste of time, not allowing students to focus and pay attention to their class and studies. (more…)

Go for a complete anonymity and connectivity by using AntiDPI

April 27, 2015

Deep Packet Inspection


DPI goes for Deep Packet Inspection, and it gathers data found in your network pack and analyzes it for the purpose of finding the used protocols or any other information that is logic. If you didn’t know, the uncovered data on your network acts as an open door, allowing everyone to see details about your activities on the network and other sensitive information, like credentials and other personal data. (more…)

Watching US Netflix from outside of US with VPN

April 26, 2015

Watching US Netflix from outside of US and other regional online services may be unavailable for users that are out of the country’s boundaries. Why? Because when you access a website, your IP address is visible, so the administrator or the site can see your real access, not allowing access to that particular site. (more…)

Protection from hackers with VPN

April 25, 2015

The Internet todays can be a very insecure environment, regardless of the fact that it gives us a lot of resources. Hackers have been existing since the Internet first appeared, so there is nothing new about the matter. But their numbers and their attacks have been multiplying in the past years, putting in danger our personal identity and integrity while working online. Hackers don’t seem to make a difference between a private user and a company, attacking whatever he may find interesting. (more…)

WebRTC may be leaking your real IP even with VPN!

April 24, 2015

WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is an API that supports browser applications for voice calling, video chat, and P2P file sharing without the need any of plugins. Among the most popular browsers, Firefox and Chrome supports WebRTC. Internet Explorer and other browsers has no native support but there are plugins available that add support for WebRTC.


Total anonymity and connectivity with AntiDPI

April 22, 2015

What is Deep Packet Inspection?

Deep Packet Inspection is capturing a data part of your network packet for analyze which type of protocol or any logical information that could get. Bare network data holds opened every details on your  network activities on the internet including your credentials and sensitive informations. (more…)